SIG Sauer Elite Performance Ammunition

posted on April 26, 2014
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SIG Sauer has introduced its Elite Performance center-fire pistol ammunition featuring V-Crown jacketed hollow point bullets. The new ammunition line utilizes a unique toothed cannelure to lock the jacket and the core. The nickel-plated brass cases benefit feeding and extraction and help reduce corrosion. The five introductory calibers and grain weights are .380 Auto 90 grain, 9 mm Luger 124 grain, .357 Sig 125 grain, .40 S&W 165 grain and .45 Auto 200 grain. Five more grain weights will be released before summer, and five more rifles calibers will be released in the fall.

For more information, visit SIG Sauer.


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